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Photographed by Sara Orme
Inspired by Jessica Anderson's invisible symptom

brain fog

It’s scary not being able to make sense of your own thoughts.
- JESSICA ANDERSON -

 

Brain fog

The brain’s ability to connect thoughts is disrupted. Concentrating in conversation or recalling a recent event can become an incredible challenge.

Sara Orme

Sara Orme is a New Zealand based lifestyle photographer. Her work evokes both strength and fragility by capturing beauty in a raw, naturalistic manner.

About Jessica

Diagnosed when she was just twelve years old, Jessica Anderson has been a role model for the young and ambitious ever since. Brain fog can make it difficult for Jess to stick to one thought for more than 30 seconds.


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